The wonders of Croatia can be experienced on a Seabourn luxury cruise when you visit the ports of DubrovnikZadar and Rijeka. The medieval city of Dubrovnik offers numerous ways to enjoy local wines and delicaciesTake in the sights with a simple stroll, aboard a road train or from above in a cable car. In the port of Zadar, you can tour Lika on horsebackexperience a wine, cheese and liqueur tasting; or visit Krka National Park to take a scenic cruise. The port of Rijeka gives you access to number of charming historic towns including HumLabin and Pula.

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Dubrovnik, Croatia

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a living museum with palaces, chapels, monastic cloisters and Europe's second-oldest synagogue crowded into its ancient medieval walls.

Korcula, Croatia

Approaching Korcula by sea, you first see its medieval walls and towers, then the beautifully carved St. Marks cathedral and finally its cobbled alleys and inviting plazas.

Zadar, Croatia

Zadar was founded by Romans, attacked by Turks, ruled by Austrians, and was Italian until the Germans moved in. Bombed by the Allies and Yugoslavs, today it is restored and busy.